|Bishop of London|
|Elected||24 February 1304|
|Term ended||24 July 1313|
|Consecration||30 January 1306|
|Died||24 July 1313|
Ralph Baldock (or Ralph de Baldoc) was a medieval Bishop of London.
Baldock was elected on 24 February 1304, [ citation needed ] and consecrated on 30 January 1306.confirmed 10 May,
Baldock served as Lord Chancellor of England from 21 April 1307 to 2 August 1307. [ citation needed ] He died on 24 July 1313.He licensed Bow Church on 17 November 1311 as a chapel of ease.
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